The ex-president of the United States continues to be unable to use his social media accounts Facebook and Instagram. This was announced by a Facebook spokesman on Twitter.
“Nothing has changed in the status of President Trump on our platform. He remains suspended for an indefinite period, “- said the representative.
Trump's social media accounts, including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, were blocked after supporters rioted Washington DC and broke into the Capitol building. The storming of the congress killed five people, including a security officer. Unrest broke out on the day that Congress was to approve Joe Biden's victory in the US presidential election.
Opponents of Trump said he incited people to riot on social media. The politician himself called the blocking of his accounts a shame for the country.
In early May, the former president launched his own online platform to communicate with supporters, From the Desk of Donald J. Trump. However, the site did not work for long and was closed less than a month later.